Last week the Planning Commission unanimously approved the demolition and redevelopment of 240-250 Church Street, which previously housed 24-hour diner Sparky's, and continues to house decade-old bakery Thorough Bread and Pastry.
Castro Business Briefs: Castro Art Walk returns, Castro Theatre update, campaign offices opening, more
A neighborhood art event has returned, two candidates for State Assembly open Castro campaign offices, a neighborhood organization awarded grant funding, special events continue at the Castro Theatre, and holiday events are being scheduled.
Castro Business Briefs: Sui Generis turns 15, Safeway adjusts hours, En Vogue Dog Grooming opens, more [Updated]
A designer consignment shop moves home, Safeway changes its hours once again to combat shoplifting, and a new chiropractor and dog grooming business are on the way.
Castro Business Briefs: The Café reopens this month, European Wax Center proposed, Réveille's temporary closure, more
In this edition: a Castro nightclub appears closer to reopening, a new hair removal salon has been proposed, an unnamed coffee shop fills a long-vacant space, and another coffee shop opens while one remains temporarily closed.
Car-free weekends along Castro's 18th Street in limbo after Castro Merchants cut ties with event producer [Updated]
The future of car-free Saturdays and Sundays along a two-block section of Castro's 18th Street is uncertain and on indefinite pause after the Castro Merchants cut ties with its event producer.